The Best Gay Book Review- Lies We Tell Ourselves

Time to read: 2 minutes The lies we tell ourselves, a twisted tale of queer romance and pain Two young girls find themselves caught up in a forbidden romance at the height of the civil rights movement. With the entire world against them, Sarah and Linda must learn the hardships of doing the right thing for the sake of progression.

Harvey Milk Day: Baking For An Icon

Time to read: 4 minutes How to celebrate an icon? How to commemorate an activist known for his major political accomplishments for many marginalised communities? Harvey Milk was a gay rights activist and community leader who made history when he became one of the first openly gay officials in the United States in 1977. Although he was tragically assassinated the

Let’s Say Goodbye To Bisexual Erasure

Time to read: 4 minutes International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia is just around the corner. A day created to draw attention to the violence and discrimination experienced by people with diverse sexual orientations, gender identities or expressions, and sex characteristics. Today I talk about being bisexual.  With 17 May approaching, I felt it would be fitting to talk

Spicing Up Your Sex Life Under Lockdown

Time to read: 5 minutes Whilst this article is primarily aimed at the solo-sexual, hopefully these sex life tips will also apply to those sheltering in place with their partner (or willing housemates…)   THINK ABOUT ALL YOUR SENSES! Don’t just rely on a visual sexual experience. Pornography has encouraged us to think of sex as a primarily visual act,

What does a cancelled pride mean for us?

Time to read: 4 minutes “(I) genuinely feel like all the things I was looking forward to have been cancelled so that’s rough. But I know that these events will happen eventually.”  Martin Harding is just one of the numerous members of the LGBT+ community who face the reality of cancelled Pride Month in 2020. Due to the corona virus

The Bisexual Borderline

Time to read: 4 minutes Although I was dating women a long time before, I didn’t come out to my family as bisexual (bi) until after I turned 30. Not until after my borderline personality disorder diagnosis. Coming to terms with being ‘out’ at the same time as being open about my mental health (another secret I had kept for

What’s Love Got To Do With It? (Tales Of The Unexpectedly Divorced).

Time to read: 5 minutes While in lockdown and slightly losing my mind, my thoughts start to wander. Amongst all of the Facetime, Houseparty and video chats in general at the moment I notice myself saying ‘I love you’ more than ever to family and friends. This made me question why do I struggle so much with saying this to


Time to read: 5 minutes We are all stuck in isolation or lockdown. This means we have a lot more time on our hands for all those home interior projects or even just to plan or create new ideas. I’ve come up with some tips about how to keep you busy, entertained and get those creative juices following. We are